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Home Remodel Experts are dedicated to providing top-quality customer service as we are known for our superior products and workmanship.

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Home Remodel Experts specializes in transforming ideas into reality as we will work to complete the home of your dreams.

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We strongly believe in serving the interests of your home from the beginning to the end of your design.

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3 Amazing Bathroom Remodeling Transformations


Before: Boring Basic Bathroom

This boring basic bathroom started with all shades of wrong. While it was functional as a bathroom should be, it didn’t bit the modern taste of the owners.


After: Contemporary Remodel

In order to achieve the contemporary spa feel, the designers gutted the space for a modern style. While the base of the space was a bit small, they used the high ceiling to their adventure and extended the tile. The oversize mirror was framed to extend the appearance of the space will the sink and vanity fit the space just right.


Before: Un-matching Bathroom with Awkward Counter Space

An awkward single-sink created a lot of excess space on the counter. While accessories were used to decorate the unused space, dual sinks can have made the area more useful.


After: Spacious Double Sink Makeover

The space needed dual sinks to create usability for the homeowners. The earthy tone of the blue paint job kept the bathroom refreshed with the clean white shelves and marble countertops.


Before: Space less Shower Room

This outdated shower door isn’t very appealing as the dirty glass enclosure leaves an uninviting aura.


After: Spa-esque Shower Room

What started as a shower from the boy’s locker room, now has transformed into a gorgeous bathroom with a multi-person shower stall and stunning marble tile to grace the room. The rainfall showerhead is definitely inviting with minor burst of color on the wall.


How to build a new home on a tight budget

Building a new home doesn’t have to cost you a leg and an arm. With a little creativity and a simple footprint, you can turn your house into your dream home. Here’s how to build a new home on a tight budget.

  • Determine the budget you have to build the house
  • Reduce your current amount of living expenses. Consider moving to a cheaper house to help cut expenses toward your house.
  • Use an expert contractor. Their experience will be invaluable and will save you money instead of spending more on a low-quality job.
  • Before you get started, understand the general knowledge about the process of a general contractor. This will help you understand their process and save you from unnecessary stress.


  • If you don’t already have land, look for an affordable piece of property, consider if the land has utilities or not. Consider purchasing a large lot with family that can be split into two lots.
  • Collect salvaged materials like used bricks, wooden doors, old barn wood and other materials to add character to a home without the extra cost.
  • Invest in an accurate and detailed plan for the home. Consider scaling the footprint in size to help save on cash.
  • Invest in basic building blocks on ductwork, roofing, heating and cooling, and window treatments as these items are most costly and will be harder to update in the long run.
  • Consider basic finishing to help save on costs. Choose basic fixtures, flooring, faucets, gutters, and counters.
  • Consider doing the paint jobs of the interior yourself to help save on costs. If you have a knowledge of basic finishing such as floors, wood staining, installing appliances and cleaning – consider doing the work yourself to help save money.
  • Start with a basic landscape of the new home. Get your lawn to be functional with trees, fences, and planting beds. You can always update the landscape when you have extra cash to spend on.
  • Splurge on items you can’t live without. Skipping on important structural elements like doors and windows must not be compromised.


4 essential questions to ask your home remodeler before any project

Are you looking to remodel your home? Before you can even get started, it’s important to know who you plan to hire. Finding the right remodeler will determine how the quality of the work will be and how much stress you may have to deal with.

To make sure you’re getting the best service, here are four essential questions to ask your home remodeler before any project.

Can you itemize your bid?

Most remodelers prefer to give a bottom line price for their work. But this may leave you in the dark of how much they charge per task. If you get an itemized bid, consider the costs of each element:

  • Plumbing
  • Hauling trash and demolition
  • Framing carpentry
  • Electrical work
  • Tiling or floor installations
  • Paint and drywall
  • Lighting fixtures


Knowing these elements will make it easier for you to compare the prices of different experts. You can also try to cut costs by figuring your options.

Is your price fixed or an estimate?

Some experts may provide an estimated price, but this could lead to a higher bill at the end. Be sure to inquire on a fixed price instead. If the expert cannot offer a fixed price due to unknown tasks, then try to eliminate those unknowns and work with what you do know.

Who are your leading suppliers?

Remodel experts are often networked with their source of suppliers. Ask about their sources of lumber yards, tile shops, and showrooms. Contact those sources by asking for their experiences, work reputation and reliability.

Can I view some of your previous work?

Most remodel experts should have a portfolio of their work and contacts of recent clients. Review these sources to help you determine if they are right for your home design.

These four essential questions will set you on the right path on deciding if your home remodeler is right for your home project.